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WR's 2018 Spring Garden

Discussion in 'Fruit and Vegetables' started by w_r_ranch, Jan 2, 2018.

  1. w_r_ranch

    w_r_ranch Master Gardener Moderator

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    Location:
    South Central Texas
    Planting Zone:
    8b
    The seeds have all been ordered. The basil, peppers & tomatoes will be started around 02/01/18.

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  2. ksk

    ksk Well-Known Member

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    Planting Zone:
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    Looking good Ranch. I plan on building more planter boxes in late January.My goals for this Spring is to plant less but grow more. I plan on watching my spacing between plants.After last Spring/Summer I know what we and relatives ate the most.I plan on planting more corn,potatoes and beans.Less jalapenos,egg plant,tomatoes,and bell peppers.I do want to plant tomatillos where as I can try making salsa verde using your recipe.
     
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  3. ksk

    ksk Well-Known Member

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    Ranch,which ones do you start in your green house?
     
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  4. RLwhaler

    RLwhaler Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Cypress,Texas
    Planting Zone:
    8b
    Talk about planning ahead, Ranch ! I'am going to attempt some asparagus this year. Looking good as always Ranch !
     
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  5. w_r_ranch

    w_r_ranch Master Gardener Moderator

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    Location:
    South Central Texas
    Planting Zone:
    8b
    Just the basil, peppers, tomatoes & the flowers this year (if I was growing eggplant, they would also be in there also). Everything else is direct seeded mid-March & the melons in mid-April.

    Note the leeks are 'starts' (like onion sets & will be planted upon arrival.
     
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